Definitions

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  • adjective informal Savvy with regard to computers or the Internet; technologically inclined.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ savvy

Examples

  • Slate's Jacob Weisberg gushed that McCain was the most "cybersavvy" of all the presidential candidates, a crop that included none other than Al Gore.

    InForum Blog by Sheila Liaugminas

  • Slate's Jacob Weisberg gushed that McCain was the most "cybersavvy" of all the presidential candidates, a crop that included none other than Al Gore.

    WordPress.com News

  • Slate's Jacob Weisberg gushed that McCain was the most "cybersavvy" of all the presidential candidates, a crop that included none other than Al Gore.

    InForum Blog by Sheila Liaugminas

  • Slate's Jacob Weisberg gushed that McCain was the most "cybersavvy" of all the presidential candidates, a crop that included none other than Al Gore.

    The Union - All Categories

  • Slate's Jacob Weisberg gushed that McCain was the most "cybersavvy" of all the presidential candidates, a crop that included none other than Al Gore.

    National Review Online

  • And if the Obama campaign didn't intend to mock a disabled veteran, what does it say about his supposedly "cybersavvy" staffers that they don't know how to conduct a five-minute Google search?

    InForum Blog by Sheila Liaugminas

  • And if the Obama campaign didn't intend to mock a disabled veteran, what does it say about his supposedly "cybersavvy" staffers that they don't know how to conduct a five-minute Google search?

    InForum Blog by Sheila Liaugminas

  • And if the Obama campaign didn't intend to mock a disabled veteran, what does it say about his supposedly "cybersavvy" staffers that they don't know how to conduct a five-minute Google search?

    The Union - All Categories

  • POPULATION AND SUBSCRIBER*: Up to 32 million visitors a month, many cybersavvy professionals.

    Surfers, Step Right Up!

  • The unrest evoked the race clashes of Britain's tumultuous '60s and' 70s, puncturing Tony Blair's carefully tended image of Cool Britannia, a cybersavvy and prosperous nation.

    Understanding Hate

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